Sunday, December 7, 2014, 1-3. Free
Multi-media artist and recycler Monica Lee inspires us once again our card making party. This year, she and artist Dorothy Yuki add ornaments! Check out her wonderful pictures and blog post about earlier incarnations day!
Gather up your old holiday cards, gift-wrap, calendars, and magazines. Lots of examples and inspiration for handmade cards and ornaments using recycled, found, salvaged and everyday materials will be provided, along with some cardstock, punches, and other notions. Check … Read More
Past Februarys, we invited guests to “show your sweetie(s) some love.” Saturday afternoon, February 11, 2012.
Note New Time this Year: 2 pm-4 pm. Rain or Shine.
The Valentine Card Party–the first community event held in the restored Conservatory–is now in its 3rd year. Like the Upcycled Holiday Card Party, we will have lots of examples and inspiration for making handmade cards using recycled, found, salvage, and everyday materials, along with some cardstock, punches, and other materials. Check out the … Read More
It was a long haul, but we hosted a lot of wonderful programs of art + music over the ten years leading up to the backhoes arriving to begin construction. We got folks to come out to the Conservatory and imagine the potential of what might be.
The Friends’ work at Conservatory over the last 10 years flipped, in productive ways, the 1% for art model—asking what would happen if not only the last, but the first, 1-2%, even 10% … Read More
Monica Lee, artist-in-residence at Ruth’s Table (Bethany Senior Center), has been a professional photographer in San Francisco for 30 years. Her works, including three books, have been published nationally and internationally. Most recently, Monica has devoted her time to her life-long passion for making art. She has been influenced all her life by her 90-year-old father who can always be found making and building things. She has taught dozens of craft workshops in the Bay Area with participants ages 2-99 … Read More
The Original Invite from 2002:
Ambulatory Gambit is a collaborative game and artwork designed by Lee Walton and company to guide an exploratory journey through the neighborhood surrounding Sunnyside Conservatory. Using a friendly game of pick-up chess to initiate a series of local forays and activities, Ambulatory Gambit will allow us to look at our neighborhood and urban world anew. Join in and find yourself with others performing the city in miniature—a network of individuals orchestrating the intricate patterns and … Read More
Join Blu Fahey of the Randall Museum in a Mask Making Workshop for ages 6-12. Sunday, October 6, 2:30 – 4:30. Free. All Materials Provided. Light Refreshments Served. Younger children are welcome to come along, but may need help with the project. Co-sposonsored with SF Recreation and Park Department.
(Note: for all children, adult must remain at Conservatory during workshop; no drop offs.)… Read More